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and our golden years. today, these twin burdens are on our shoulders. thus, you'd think our nationalti savings rate would be higher. yet lower is. so the next time you hear a "yet another" stat about emergency funds, consider using it as a gentle warning signal to take a look at your personal financial ship and make sure there are no economic icebergs floating in your midst. i'm, manisha thakor. >> susie: and speaking of your personal finances, don't expect much of a raise in your paycheck next year. a new forecast says salary increases will run about 3% in 2013. that's way down from the average pay raise of 4.4% back in 2000. many companies froze salary increases during the recent recession, and with the recovery stuck in the mud, many are still not feeling generous when it comes to raises. that's nightly business report for wednesday, july 18. good night everyone. we'll see you online at: www.nbr.com and back here tomorrow night. "nightly business report" is brought to you by: captioning sponsored by wpbt captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >> join us anytime at
almost $3,000 a year, while his twin sister will pay $1,500 a year. also, let your teen see how your premiums are affected if they are put on your policy. they should be lower. premiums are also affected by where you live, what type of car you drive, and if you've been a responsible driver. kids may actually reduce insurance rates by maintaining good grades. the other big cost is gas. it will cost almost $50 to fill that four-cylinder tank. that's $3,000 in gas per year! so, now, to own and operate that car for one year, your teen will have to spend almost $10,000, after taxes. hopefully, public transportation or their bicycle is looking better. i'm neale godfrey. >> tom: weber and grilling are nearly synonymous. the company that builds the iconic black charcoal grill is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. grilling used to be exclusively a summer-time activity, but now, many of us grill out year-round. as diane eastabrook reports in tonight's "made in america," the trend is spreading to every corner of the globe. >> reporter: nothing says summer like chops on the grill. and n
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